Tag: Engaged Community Directed Investments
February 7, 2017
The Friends and Family Plan for Partnerships
Oil magnate John D. Rockefeller once said, “A friendship built on business can be glorious, while a business built on friendship can be murder.” If that’s true, how do some partnerships with friends and family succeed while others fail? Find out below:
January 24, 2017
Tips of the Trade: Entrepreneurs Offer Their Best Advice
The road to becoming a successful entrepreneur is undoubtedly difficult; however, it can be made easier by learning from those around you. Below, Entrepreneurship@Dyson has accumulated the top pieces of advice our interviewees have for aspiring entrepreneurs:
January 10, 2017
Most Likely to Succeed: How Cornell Helps Grow Its Entrepreneurs
According to Cornell entrepreneur Shaibyaa Rajbhandari (‘18), “College is the best time to take a risk.” Rajbhandari believes this so strongly that she has embraced the risk of starting not one, but two social ventures during her time as a student at Cornell University. The resources that Cornell has provided her and many other entrepreneurs has helped grow businesses and drive the world economy forward. Click below to read about how Cornell’s entrepreneurs have used the school’s resources to help achieve success:
November 29, 2016
Cornell Creates: An Entrepreneurship Panel
On Thursday, December 1, Entrepreneurship@Dyson will host its bi-annual entrepreneurship panel to showcase the voices of student entrepreneurs here at Cornell. The event will take place at 5pm in Warren Hall 175.
November 1, 2016
Engaging with our community – Kavin Lam (’18) and Eddy Medina (’17) with Edi
Kavin Lam (’18) and Eddy Medina (’17) talk about their community-driven financial impact start-up Edi. Read more to learn how they’re using algorithms to work with low income households to develop investment ideas for them.